AvaSure delivers the only advanced 24/7 remote safety monitoring solution that improves patient safety across the entire health system, resulting in lower cost of care and increased workforce efficiency.
A single solution for an entire health system.
THE ONLY 24/7 REMOTE SAFETY MONITORING SOLUTION WITH PROVEN SCALABILITY.
Safer patients, better outcomes
SAFER CARE, BETTER OUTCOMES.
Improving the work lives of nurses and other clinicians
CLINICAL STAFF CAN FOCUS ON WHERE THEIR SKILLS ARE NEEDED MOST.
AT A PERILOUS TIME FOR HOSPITAL FINANCES, ONE OF TECH’S FASTEST ROIS.
Turnkey IT and clinical implementation
Move over, Alexa – a new technology being utilized at Kent Hospital in Rhode Island is engaging patients with their healthcare providers — and in one particular instance, with a […]
Peterson Regional Medical Center has purchased 10 “AvaSure TeleSitter” robots as a way for a single assigned staff member per shift to keep eyes on multiple patients who are deemed […]
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital has been recognized for dramatically reducing the number of patients who fall during their hospital stay. AvaSure, a Michigan-based patient-monitoring system producer, honored the hospital with its […]
Hospitals take time to share how the TeleSitter is vital during pandemic
The first AvaSure Symposium was a first rate experience. One always imagines that when attending an inaugural meeting, that you could expect a few glitches, but this team was incredible and the symposium gave me such inspiration that I would definitely make this an annual event to attend.
Moschelle Billingsley, MSN RN CNOR
Having portable devices that can simply be rolled in and switched on gives us great flexibility in being able to immediately begin monitoring a patient who has been assessed by our nurses as at elevated risk of falling. We are using this throughout our hospitals, from intensive care to the emergency department to our telemetry units and regular inpatient rooms – anywhere we see a need.
Cathy Tolbert, CNO, Humility of Mary Health Partners, Youngstown, Ohio
This new technology underscores our commitment to providing patients with the highest level of safety and care using the most advanced technology to redirect patients before a fall occurs.
Jane McCurley, CNO, St. David’s North Austin (Texas) Medical Center
During the symposium, it was instilled in my mind that when there is one camera not in use, it meant that there is one more patient who is not being watched and kept safe. Today, I can proudly say that we have gone from an average 50% utilization to 100% with a waiting list AND staff engagement has improved!
2017 AvaSure Symposium Attendee